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    Are they Hard. Im getting like A in my science and B/A in my Maths should i do those subjects ?
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    I think you will thoroughly enjoy maths, it depends on what kind of maths you choose to do at AS but I really enjoy it and it's really quite a good subject to do and it will stand you in good sted for university if you do well in it and if you want to do a degree related to maths in any way. Hope that helps
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    Yes, they are hard for many people, but that's precisely why they are worthwhile. I always think it's best to do the hardest thing you can, but perhaps from a grade point of view it might not be.
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    (Original post by fh2010)
    Yes, they are hard for many people, but that's precisely why they are worthwhile. I always think it's best to do the hardest thing you can, but perhaps from a grade point of view it might not be.
    This applies only sometimes. It's like my chemistry teacher said, a D in chemistry is better than an A in media studies, just because universities know how hard chemistry is and because media studies is a "softer" subject.
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    Valid point I think
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    Thanks for all these replies. I am currently thinking of either doing Maths or Chemistry. Which one is the hardest in your point of view. Although I do Core and Additional science, I have been getting A*'s for my chemistry exams.
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    Chemistry definitely harder IMO
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    Do Economics instead of business and your onto a winner with those 3
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    i'd argue against doing business in favour of a more respected subject.

    this list should give you a good idea of how respected individual subjects are http://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/index.php?pageid=604
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    Do Economics instead of business and your onto a winner with those 3
    I would agree with this. If nothing else, Business is something I found boring at GCSE and Economics would suit your other subjects better.
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    Thanks. I was originally thinking of this combination Computing, ICT, Maths and buisness. any suggestions
 
 
 
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